Novel Assignments #1 and #2 Choose two of the following assignments. Hand them into the Dropboxes for Novel Assignments #1 and #2. Length: 3-4 double spaced pages each. In working on two of the assignments you will work closely with topics that require a close reading of the text. You will be evaluated on your introduction and thesis, the body paragraphs in which you argue your claims, and the concluding paragraph.
Writing Handout L-1 Analyzing a Short Story (10 steps) Step 1: Know the Assignment ― If you are assigned to analyze a short story, you are being asked to identify your personal reaction to the work and develop a clear explanation of your reaction, providing supporting arguments. You may be required to provide support from external sources (books, articles, etc.). These assignments are usually written in the third person, present tense. Remember: An analysis is not a simple recitation of the plot. Step 2: Read ― Read the entire short story, trying to identify the writer’s main idea.
You will have to do some research to prepare for your Oral presentation assignment, and so this essay assignment gives you an opportunity to use that research in a different context and to cite and document that material properly. These are the steps you should follow to complete your assignment: 1. Choose another essay in Refining reading
Any facts or data that are not your own original thoughts must be cited. GUIDELINES FOR WRITING THE RESEARCH PAPER 1. Choose and limit your subject to an area that can be comprehensively covered in six to eight pages. 2. Write a tentative thesis based on an issue with two or more sides or controversial opinions (What argument do you want to prove?
To complete this assignment, you will do the following: • Review the assignment instructions and grading criteria thoroughly. The writing assignment you complete in this unit will be graded against a rubric that assesses the essay in a number of categories. These categories focus both on the essay’s contents and its clarity. o Read the rubric on the last page of this document. Keep the criteria listed on the rubric in mind as you complete the writing
Tip: if you had to describe your essay in a single sentence, what would that sentence be? When you've done that, you've got your opening sentence. The rest of the essay is really just showing why you've come to that conclusion. Completing paragraph one Once you have made your bold opening statement, you need to explain how you have come to this conclusion. You should therefore list the points you are going to explore in your essay.
Canadian Involvement in World War I: Name: Geroylola 1. How soon after Britain entered World War I did Canada enter the war? - Canada was automatically at war when Britain entered war. 2. a. Summarize the contributions of Sam Hughes to Canada’s war effort in the following organizer: Positive Contributions to Canada’s War Effort|Negative Contributions to Canada’s War Effort| - He made a strong army for Canada- He increased the efficiency of the pre-war militia- led the Canadian war effort with enormous personal energy and drive- championed the purchase of the Canadian-made Ross rifle.|- was a poor organizer prone to patronage and cronyism in awarding military promotions and munitions contracts- He violently against those officers who tried to replace the Ross with his own accusations of incompetence and political malice.| b. Based on the information in your organizer, would you argue that Sam Hughes’ contributions were more positive or more negative?
Axia College Material Appendix G SQ3R Worksheet Selected Reading: Ch.1 pgs.14-26 How Can You Effectively Manage Your Time? Survey How did you survey? I looked at the bold headings and read the first and last paragraphs. And skimmed the middle of the paragraphs. Question What questions did you ask?
In my third paragraph I will talk about Vimy Ridge, lead by the great General Arthur Currie and his success with Canada. I will be giving examples of why I think that allied leadership during World War One was ineffective. In 1916, at the beginning of the war was the battle of Somme. The battle was fought in Somme, France. Douglas Haig was leading the British, and was a very stubborn leader.
The essay identifies the name of the poem and the author at the beginning. The essay presents a thesis in the introductory paragraph and ends with a concluding paragraph that restates the thesis of the essay. The body of the essay contains paragraphs that support the essay's thesis. The essay usually follows one or an appropriate combination of the four major organizational plans (chronological order, spatial order, logical order, order of importance), but there may be a few details or ideas that are out of place. Transitions are generally used effectively.